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    Well this is a strange book and make no mistake There might be a crime there might be a character called Spider who might be an actual spider who might be encountered under a variety of guises and there might be a thread of logic pulling the book together although I couldn't find it In terms of surrealistic prose the book is intriguing compelling and occasionally brilliant However as much as I enjoy surrealism I also enjoy having an anchor in reality to put it in context This book is of a collection of very short prose pieces which may or may not be linked together rather than a novel In fact the chapters could be read in isolation or put in a different order or read at random and it would have no effect on the overall gestalt or meaning of the novel A short weird read that I recommend with reservations


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Read & Download ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free µ John Hartley Williams

Haired woman He too is protean full of passionate longings and homicidal tendenciesA surrealist film noir that blends the forensic with the erotic the seedy penny dreadful and the lyric prose poem Mystery in Spiderville is one of the strangest strongest and most arresting fictional debuts in yea Plague Harvest yea

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Mystery in Spiderville

Alongside the names of James Hadley Chase and Erle Stanley Gardner we must now add that of John Hartley Williams though Mystery in Spiderville is no run of the mill hard boiled thriller The décor is by Dali the plot is a mixture of Breton and Burroughs and the main character the protean and unki

Read & Download ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free µ John Hartley Williams

Llable Spider Rembrandt has six toes sleeps in a grave and dreams of congress with the pert and playful Reedy ButtonsSucked into the vortex of Spider's philandering mind is a narrator sometimes Spider's adversary sometimes his victim who lies upon a bed brooding on the absence of a nameless brown